Digital Rights and Access
To ensure that the Internet develops to meet the needs of the public, we need effective, technically sophisticated, diverse, and globally distributed organizations working to advance stronger, more inclusive Internet policy.
We support efforts to establish laws, regulation, technical standards, and social norms that govern the digital space and protect the public. As the speed of technological change outpaces public understanding and democratic controls, our work also examines how to protect civil and human rights and freedom of expression online.
By supporting organizations and networks dealing with social justice issues tied to new and existing technology—issues like privacy, freedom of expression, algorithmic bias, and net neutrality—and by investing in communities that advocate for digital rights and access, we work to advance policies that keep the Internet open for all people.